Exhibitions and Galleries

This collection contains exhibitions and galleries, curated by various offices and organizations at the University of Toledo.

Carl Joseph Memorial Library Collection
The Carl Joseph Memorial Library Collection was created with support from the Joseph Family, and an exhibit was prepared outside he Ward M. Canaday Center on the 5th floor of Carlson Library at the University of Toledo. A selection of the digitized material comes from the Philip C. Nash Papers but the photographs were provided by the Joseph family. The complete Carl Joseph Memorial Library Collection
Exhibition Catalogs, 1980-Present
The Ward M. Canaday Center for Special Collections has prepared exhibition catalogs for each exhibition held in the center's exhibition gallery. These catalogs feature images and essays researched and authored by contributing Canaday Center staff. The collections exhibited feature manuscript, archival, and rare books collections preserved at the Center, but from time to time, they were borrowed from other heritage institutions. Exhibits -- current and previous exhibits at the Canaday Center
Rock and Mineral Exhibit, 2016-17
The University Libraries, in collaboration with Professor Mark Camp and the Department of Environmental Sciences, have created this exhibit showcasing a wide variety of rocks, minerals, and fossils from the University’s Museum of Mineralogy and Paleontology. The exhibit also contains samples from the personal collections of Mark Camp and Ruth Jacobs, along with Jeep artifacts loaned by Darryl Bauman.
Scholars' Celebration & End-of-Summer Symposium Posters & Presentations
Co-hosted each year by the Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR-UT) and Carlson Library, the Scholars' Celebration and End-of-Summer Symposium provide UT undergraduate students with an opportunity to showcase their research. Students hold the copyright to their posters, and all posters are published with the Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0) creative commons license Office of Undergraduate Research